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Raised Bill 634: Limiting Educational Authority
Joint Education Committee
This bill would have restricted who may conduct home instruction in Connecticut. Current law permits any person having control of a child to make educational decisions for a child, including the decision to teach the child at home, but Raised Bill No. 634 would have limited this to parents or guardians. This means that grandparents and other relatives of a child would not have been permitted to homeschool a child unless they were appointed legal guardians by court order.
|3/8/2006||Introduced and Referred to Joint Education Committee|
|3/13/2006||Joint Education Committee hearing at 1 p.m.|
|5/3/2006||Bill died when the General Assembly adjourned.|
HSLDA opposed this legislation.
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To view the text of Raised Bill No. 634, please visit www.cga.ct.gov
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